20 Oct University of California Libraries: Research Data Matters
What is research data and why is managing your data important? Where can you get help with research data management? In this introductory video, three University of California researchers address these questions from their own experience and explain the impact of good data management practices.
This has been a project of the Data Curation Common Knowledge Group of the University of California Libraries.
Katherine Koziar, UC Riverside (email@example.com)
Emily Lin, UCM (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Christine Borgman Interview and Footage
Tony Aponte, UCLA
Greg Barnes, UCLA Office of Instructional Development
Sean Cruser, UCLA
Katherine Koziar, UC Riverside
Bethany Myers, UCLA
Rick Prelinger Interview
Christy Caldwell, UC Santa Cruz
Christy Hightower, UC Santa Cruz
Ann Hubble, UC Santa Cruz
John Raedeke, UC Santa Cruz
Marjorie Zatz Interview
Emily Lin, UC Merced
UC Merced Communications Video Production Team
Video Production: UC Merced Communications
Andrew Coughlin, UC Merced
Jürgen Gottschalk, UC Merced
Emery Silbermann, UC Merced
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